A U.S. safety agency on Tuesday faulted Uber for inadequate attention to safety and decisions in the company’s autonomous vehicle development in an investigation into the first-ever death involving a self-driving vehicle, which also cited the vehicle’s distracted back-up driver.
Latest posts by Reuters News (see all)
- Watchdog tells U.S. Congress FBI made ‘fundamental’ errors in Trump-Russia probe - December 11, 2019
- Fed keeps interest rates on hold amid ‘favorable’ outlook - December 11, 2019
- Instant View: Fed stands pat on rates, expects no change in 2020 - December 11, 2019